Dramatic new Lincoln Navigator concept car features gullwing doors and a luxurious interior

Ford's luxury brand Lincoln has revealed a new SUV concept at the New York motor show.

The Navigator concept car is described as being the "most spacious, luxurious Lincoln SUV yet, bringing quiet luxury to more customers". It is powered by a 3.5-litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine producing more than 395bhp.

The most striking thing about the concept is its large, futuristic interior, which is accessed through gullwing doors and via an extending staircase-style side plate. The wi-fi enabled, six-seat interior has individual infotainment screens for rear passengers, seats that adjust 30 different ways, and a 'wardrobe management system' for carrying clothes and luggage.

Other features include autonomous emergency braking, pedestrian detection, a 360-degree camera and autonomous parking.

The Navigator large SUV is currently sold in the US, and this latest concept is said to preview features that will appear on the next-generation model, due in 2018.

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23 March 2016

Better looking than that Bentley SUV but my eyes are still bleeding!

23 March 2016
Merod wrote:

Better looking than that Bentley SUV but my eyes are still bleeding!

Yep...the Bentley really is that bad. Anyone else see hints of RR's "Art Deco" design language in this? Maybe a foretaste of their forthcoming Cullinan SUV?

24 March 2016

…with an interior from a '70s airliner. They'll probably sell a ton.

24 March 2016

…with an interior from a '70s airliner. They'll probably sell a ton.

26 March 2016

Those alloy wheels are truly awful and as for the doors,gull wing doors on a SUV rediculous

29 March 2016
ianp55 wrote:

Those alloy wheels are truly awful and as for the doors,gull wing doors on a SUV rediculous

If the doors made it to production (which they won't) how many potential buyers would have to dismiss it because their garage ceiling is too low? Of course, you could never put it in a multi-storey car park!

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